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New skinning knife.

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by mpol777, Nov 22, 2004.

  1. mpol777

    mpol777 Feral Member

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    I picked up a new skinning knife and gave it the first test this weekend. It's an A.G. Russell Woodswalker. Link here The steel is reletively soft and it takes an edge nicely. A good blade shape and length. The handle is comfortable and easy to work and it's only $20.


    EDIT: Fixed the link. The knife I'm talkiing about is about 1/4 the way down the page. Looks like this.

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  2. Link doesn't work. But my Kbar hunting knife is the best knife that I've used for gutting and skinning animals. It holds a sharp edge for ever.

    It did cost me over $33.00, but I was so impress, I bought a second one for just in case.

    http://www.galatiinternational.com/...ct_Code=KB1441&Category_Code=KabarFixedBlades

    I then picked up their skinner ( same knife but different blade gives for more control )

    http://www.galatiinternational.com/...ct_Code=KB1442&Category_Code=KabarFixedBlades


    Now I can skin most game animals with no problems.
     


  3. nyredneck

    nyredneck كا&

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    I always use a Schrade " Improved Muskrat" folding style knife. Good carbon blade, holds sharp edge well I've skun hundreds of animals from my trapline with it. Too bad schrade's going out of buisness!:(
     
  4. {Too bad schrade's going out of buisness!}
    that's bad news, I've bought alot of their knifes for fishing and in my tackle box.